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Sculptor ( art: visiting)sculptor

Joyce DeGuatemala, Mexican Sculptor ( art: visiting)sculptor. Member Philadelphia Art Alliance, Institute Contemporary Art (Philadelphia), Patronato de Bellas Artes (president fine arts committee 1973-1975), Latin American Guild Arts (board directors 1990-1993), Associacion Tikal (vice president 1969-1975). Collaborations, Internuncius Ausaruckstanz/group motion, dance/DeGuatemala, sculptures, 1998, Invocations, sculptures, 1997.

Background

DeGuatemala, Joyce was born on February 25, 1938 in Mexico City. Daughter of Cassius Albert and Martha (Prado Solares) Bush.

Education

Student in fine arts, University Autonoma de Mexico, 1958. Student in fine arts, University Wisconsin, 1959. Student in fine arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, 1962.

Certified in Physics, University San Carlos, Guatemala, 1969.

Career

Artist-in-residence Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, 1993, also board directors. Resident Djerassi Foundation, Woodside, California, 1994. Invitational cultural specialist, lecturer workshops, juror Biannual, Honduras, 1999.

Cultural specialist United States International Services, for Honduras, 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Museum Contemporary Latin American Art Organization of American States, Washington, 1977, Marian Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, 1979, 84, 85, 90, Barbara Gillman Gallery, Miami, Florida, 1982, 92, 93, 94, Northwood Institute, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1982, 14 Sculptors Gallery, New York City, 1987, 88, 90, 92, Estela Shapiro Gallery, Mexico City, 1988, 90, 92, Djerassi Foundation, Woodside, 1994. Exhibited in group shows Bienal International do Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1975, 83, Marian Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, 1979, 85, Macondo Gallery, Guatemala City, 1979, William Pennsylvania Memorial Museum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1982, Museum Latin American Contemporary Art, Organization of American States, Washington, 1983, 90, Noyes Museum, Oceanville, New Jersey, 1983, Outdoor Sculpture/Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, 1986, 14 Sculptors Gallery, 1987, 88, 89, 90, 91, 2d International Ephemeral Sculpture Exhibition, Fortaleza, Brazil, 1989, Olympiad of Art, Seoul Olympic committee and the Guggenheim Museum, Seoul, Korea, 1988, Temple Gallery, Philadelphia, 1987, Public Art on the Plaza, Philadelphia, 1987, Institute Contemporary Art University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1991, Art Alliance, Philadelphia, 1991, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1991, Exhibition Fortaleza, Brazil, 1991, Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, 1992, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, 1992, 94, Philadelphia College Textiles and Science, Philadelphia, 1992, Center Connecticut State University, New Britain, 1992, Metro-Dade Art in Public Places, Miami, 1993, Barbara Gilman Gallery, Miami, 1993, 95, 96, 99, Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, 1994, International Art Exhibition, Miami Beach, 1995, Museo American Madrid, 1997, State Museum of Pennsylvania, 1999, Open Space Gallery, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1999, Barbara Gillman Gallery, 1999, numerous others. Represented in permanent collections National Museum History and Fine Arts of Guatemala City, Museum Contemporary Latin American Art, Washington, Organization of American States, Ringling Brothers Museum Art, Sarasota, Florida, Noyes Museum, Oceanville, New Jersey, Washington, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Hershey Foods Corporation Technology Center (Pennsylvania), Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, Pan American Bank, Miami, Museum Modern Art, Chapultepec, Mexico City, Hansen Properties, Ambler, Pennsylvania, Federal Reserve Bank, Philadelphia, Please Touch Museum, Philadelphia, Exmibal, El Estor, Guatemala, Olympiad Art, Art Park, Seoul, Korea, Florida International University, Miami, others, and numerous private collections.

      Sculpture commissioned for Elkins Park Free Library., Pennsylvania, 1985, AnnMarie Sculpture Garden, Prince Frederick, Maryland, 1998, State Museum Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, 1998.

Membership

Member Philadelphia Art Alliance, Institute Contemporary Art (Philadelphia), Patronato de Bellas Artes (president fine arts committee 1973-1975), Latin American Guild Arts (board directors 1990-1993), Associacion Tikal (vice president 1969-1975). Collaborations, Internuncius Ausaruckstanz/group motion, dance/DeGuatemala, sculptures, 1998, Invocations, sculptures, 1997.

Connections

Married Jason Leander Vourvoulias, October 13, 1956. Children: Albert Leander, Sabrina Marie, William Craig.

father:
Cassius Albert Bush

mother:
Martha (Prado Solares) Bush

spouse:
Jason Leander Vourvoulias

children:
Albert Leander DeGuatemala

Sabrina Marie DeGuatemala

William Craig DeGuatemala